Italian language and culture , Italian vocabulary , Learn Italian. Italians love singing. In the 90s, we had a very popular TV show called Karaoke where the host Fiorello used to travel around Italy hosting massive karaoke parties in the main Italian cities. A huge crowd of people would gather to sing along and everything would be broadcasted on TV.
1 – Ti amo d’Umberto Tozzi, a hit all around the world
2 – Con te partirò d’Andrea Bocelli, An Italian Anthem
Once my English friend invited me to a karaoke night. I accepted straight away. I love karaoke so it was going to be fun for sure, I thought. Little did I know that at the end of that night I would feel singled out and a bit embarrassed too. I am Italian. I was raised in Italy.
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Of all the world's music, there is some that moves us, touches us and upsets us more than others. Between violin, tenor, funk and Italian language , Italian songs are is often part of them. Because of its diversity, but also because of its hits, which make everyone want to get as close to music as possible. Italian music is the most beautiful incarnation of this art, with hits that have toured the world and are sung at the top of voices whenever the opportunity arises. If you live on another world, you probably don't know this song, or rather this hit, known all over this world. Released in , Ti Amo is a hymn that all generations have taken up over the years. Umberto Tozzi gives us a masterful interpretation of a typically Italian song whose lyrics are an ode to love. Indeed, while Ti Amo literally means "I love you", there is no doubt about the lyrical nature of these words and music, which makes everyone's heart beat faster. It is the title Ti Amo just those words, not the song itself , which is now used from time to time in the cinema.